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Calendar of Events

Exhibit: "Home of the Palmetto: South Carolina and Its State Tree"

Monday, September 29, 2014

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Exhibit: “The Force of Character and Courage”: South Carolina and Hugo

Monday, September 29, 2014

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Jazz Combos Recital

Sunday, November 2, 2014

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Alex Beaton Senior Oboe Recital

Monday, November 3, 2014

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"The Decade of Discovery" sneak preview

Monday, November 3, 2014

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Damarah N. Reid Senior Voice Recital

Monday, November 3, 2014

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USC Wind Ensemble Concert

Monday, November 3, 2014

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Tzu-Ying Liao Doctoral Cello Recital

Monday, November 3, 2014

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Featured Stories

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Vocal witness

UofSC alumna Sara Barber was recently named executive director the South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. A 13-year veteran of the fight against domestic violence and a mother of two daughters, Barber wants to make her community a safer place for this generation and the next.

Nursing student answers call for help

Nursing student answers call for help

David Wolfer has always known he wanted to make an impact, do something bigger than himself, even if that means living without modern conveniences and forgoing a traditional college experience.

Shining a light on dark data

Shining a light on dark data

Millions of plant specimens collected in America over the past several hundred years are making their way to a global stage. The University of South Carolina is playing a leadership role in making botanical data contained in herbarium cabinets scattered across the United States accessible across the world.

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Barre none

Here's what you won't find at Lauren Truslow's new fitness studio on Rosewood: backbreaking barbells, rows of treadmills or in-your-face personal trainers demanding five more reps.

As a Gamecock, my ingenuity has No Limits

As a Gamecock, my ingenuity has No Limits

University of South Carolina research professor Abdel Bayoumi is on the forefront of military safety. His team of engineers and computer scientists conduct advanced diagnostic studies on some of the military's most sophisticated helicopters. Their work reduces costs, ensures top performance, improves moral and, most importantly, saves lives.

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In the News

“Offshore wind energy taking the next steps in South Carolina”

UofSC partnering to make wind energy in state a reality --The State

“Native American Heritage Month opens with coastal event”

McKissick Museum hosts exhibit, events to celebrate Native American Heritage Month --The State

“The 104 smartest public colleges in America”

UofSC in top 50 smartest public colleges in America --Business Insider

“EngenuitySC report: Midlands poised to be ‘economically competitive’ in Southeast”

President Pastides praises findings that Midlands region on the economic upswing --ColaDaily

“How safe is your food?”

Food safety expert inspects UofSC tailgates (feat. Neal Smoak, HRSM) --Good Morning America

“Archaeologists uncover history at Congaree Creek Battlefield”

UofSC archaeologists partner to discover local Civil War history --Columbia Star

“Two doctor visits a year linked to better blood pressure control”

Professor discusses benefits for regular doctor visits (feat. Brent Egan, medicine) --Chicago Tribune

“Disney workers appeal firing over sweaty costumes”

Professor discusses power of union for Disney performers (feat. Scott Smith, HRSM) --Orlando Sentinel

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